qSix writers on art and popular culture survey the terrain of western art in the twenty-first century, tracing and refining its boundaries in the areas of aesthetics and national identity. Their sharp-eyed observations support a newly emerging history ofwestern art that places it in a social, psychological, and political - as well as aesthetic - context.q--BOOK JACKET.Costumed in a checkered flannel shirt, a buckaroo bandana, and a ridiculously large black Stetson, the cowboy grasps a huge six-shooter ... of Sissy Hankshawa#39;s much-maligned digits in Tom Robbinsa#39;s satirical novel Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1976) a pulling back its hammer. ... Outfitted in fringed buckskins and a beaded headband with a gigantic teal- blue feather, his face painted in bright turquoise and green patterns and his black hair neatly coifed in a single braid, the Indiananbsp;...
|Author||:||Peter H. Hassrick|
|Publisher||:||Denver Art Museum - 2007|